WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) – A Williamson County family is desperate to find their missing dog, and they’re going to great lengths to get her back home.It’s been exactly a month since Kaylee’s family has been searching for her, and they’re not planning to give up.They passed out more than 200 missing dog signs, paid for a “lost dog” billboard on Interstate 65, and even hired a pet detective from Nebraska to come to Tennessee to look for Kaylee.“I have five dogs with me here today and those are my K9 partners, and I just run on the dumb end of the leash and I follow them,” said pet detective Karin TarQwyn.TarQwyn and her dogs have been tracking missing pets around the U.S. since 2005. She says her goal is to get ahead of Kaylee, so it’s up to her tracking dogs to find out where she’s been.“Did she go up the river? Did she go further to the east, or further to the south?” asked TarQwyn.Kaylee belongs to Deborah Lovett’s daughter. Lovett told News 2 she was taking the dog to her vet in Brentwood on Jan. 25 when she ran away.“I pulled into this parking spot right here and when I went around to open the door and put her collar and leash on, she squirted right past me,” explained Lovett.
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